The other day I recieved my brand new iPhone SE and this weekend I have been testing it’s camera app and (of course) the slow motion video option. I will do a full review asap, but for now I will focus on the slow motion option only. The capturing process
In my recent post about the Nikon AF-S 20mm f/1.8 G ED lens, I did ‘complain’ about the contrasty look of the footage shot with this lens on my Nikon D610. A contrasty frame shot with the 20mm Well, it turns out to be my own ‘fault’ and has a lot
Introduction In my quest for a new lens / combination of lenses for my Nikon D610, I opted for the ‘prime’ option instead of a zoom. More on this choice can be found here. This means I was going to buy a couple of prime lenses that will span the
About two months ago I found a ‘cheap’ second hand Nikon 24-120mm f/4.0 and decided to give it a go. I will write a review soon, but I was asked about it’s VR capabilities via Youtube, so I made a short video about that.
Introduction In my quest for a new lens / combination of lenses for my Nikon D610, I opted for the ‘prime’ option instead of a zoom. More on this choice can be found here. This means I was going to buy a couple of prime lenses that will span the 20-85mm range. All
As promised earlier I would explain my choice for a set of prime lenses instead of one (or more) zoom lenses and tell about my experience with shooting primes. I will focus on photography mainly, although most of this post also applies for my DSLR – video experience with prime
Introduction The other day my trusted Philips SHP895 died due to a cable failure and I needed to find a replacement. After some testing and reading and a nice discount I choose the Beyerdynamic DT 770 PRO 80Ohms. In this review I will share my experiences with this nice piece
Introduction Recently I ran into the ‘problem’ of SSRS not being able to easily show running totals in the footer AND header of a invoice. (carry forward amount). After some digging and experimenting, I created a solution that worked for me.
Moving from a crop sensor D90 to a Full Frame D610 I was curious how the continuous modes of both camera’s would compare when it comes to speed and buffer size. I set up both camera’s like so: Continues mode D90 = H and D610 = CH disabled all image
Now that I have my Nikon D610, I was eager to try if it could be of any use for my trainspotting hobby. Being used to a Panasonic HC – X900, with it’s small sensors, stabilisation and zoom lens, it was kind of a shock when trying the D610 with